Premium Positioning RTK Portal LiveMap Guide

  1. Go to the URL: www.rtkpremium.com
  2. Enter the customer username and password combination provided.
  3. Forgot your Login Credentials? Please use Forgot Password? – Alternatively reach out to: support@premium-positioning.com

Head to ‘to service’ for the RTK LiveMap option.

The LiveMap function for RTK Premium will now open from here you will be able to access the live position and status of each account. Next we will discuss some useful information on how to navigate the application. For more information regarding the use of the LiveMap please don’t hesitate to contact support@premium-positioning.com

The Premium Positioning RTK LiveMap: #

Status: An overview of the RTK connections of devices and reference stations.

Map: Overview of the devices and reference station locations.

Reference Stations: List with an overview of the reference stations.

Rovers: List with an overview of the devices.

Reference Station History: Possibility to filter the status of the reference stations through a set period of time.

Rover History: Possibility to filter the status of the devices through a set period of time.

  • The above pane can be utilised to filter the devices and reference stations by their statuses by clicking on the box. Once coloured it is applied, if the box is grey – it is not applied and hidden.

Next, we will look at how to find out a device’s current and historical data.

Rover History Menu:

Following on from the menu placed in RED above. (Page 2)

Selecting the Rover History menu on the left hand pane in the RTK LiveMap portal. A pop-up window Rover & time will open:

Rover & Time:

  1. Enter the name of the device you are trying to locate. Click the name of the list from the dropdown menu
  2. Select a date & time within a 3 day maximum to return the results click ‘OK’

Map View:

The map view is a useful tool to use visual aids to view the geographic location of the connection history. Again with the ability to filter from RTK Fixed, RTK Float, DGPS Mode & Not Fixed.

Table View:

In this view the user can view in more detail the historic data of the account in the set time frame applied.

The table view displays useful information as shown in table below:

True Distance (km)Distance to Reference Station 
StatusStatus of the RTK stream 
#SVsAmount of Satellites used for connection
Latitude & Longitude WGS84 Position 
Height Ellipsoidal Height
NET GNSSThe amount per constellation of satellites
Session Login TimesStart – Finish times of the stream
GLONASS Bias Class and SourceGLONASS bias class brand and source info.
PGPPUIDGPP Message ID inc. PORT number
MapQuick link

Error Codes:

Here are a list of some of the more commonly found error codes you may come across on the RTK Portal:

1: GPS SPS Mode Device may be connected to the RTK stream but no corrections. For example: No or too few Satellites – device may be obstructed from sky view – under trees, for example.
2: Differential GPS The device is using some correction service other than RTK (SBAS for example)
251: Still logged in, PGPPUID known, but no position yetNo GNSS position in the NMEA string
255: No longer connectedNTRIP / TCP connection (internet) is no longer connected 
5. RTK FloatDevice is connected to the RTK network and receiving corrections but cannot accurately compute the position due to an incomplete calculation 
4: RTK Fixed with AmbiguitiesDevice is connected to RTK Network and receives a full RTK correction resulting in a FIXED position.

For further assistance in use of the Premium Positioning RTK Web Portal please feel free to contact support@premium-positioning.com to arrange a demo or any queries you may have.

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